1. Learn How to Count to 20
2. HUSH new show “Twin” Saturday at New Image Art Gallery in West Hollywood, CA.
3. Oh, Word? Word To Mother at FAME 2010 (Video)
4. BOXI, Dust the Furniture, Draw the Curtains (VIDEO)
5. APEX Rocking Jeans at White Walls Tonight
6. Supakitch y Koralie in Mexico City (VIDEO)
7.M-City in Warsaw, Poland (VIDEO)
Today is May 20th! Can you count to 20?
Shout out to all the kids who grew up with Sesame Street and learned some serious counting skillzzzzzz. Happy Friday.
HUSH new show “Twin” Saturday at New Image Art Gallery in West Hollywood, CA.
Quietly exuberant Hush opens a brand new collection of his pieces at New Image tomorrow night, and he’s been spraying the bejezus out of the walls of the gallery before hanging the new pieces.
Gallery owner Marsea Goldberg, brings Hush to her space after a number of years of watching his work evolve. “The interesting thing about Hush’s art is the combination of influences. His artwork posses a distinct link to traditional figurative painting specific to the UK while also possessing an elegant combination of the abstract and decorative,” she says.
Hush (photo © Todd Mazer)
Stay tuned for our feature on HUSH tomorrow with more images by Todd Mazer directly from where the action is taking place in Los Angeles.
OPENING SATURDAY MAY 21st 7-10 pm
with musical performances by
New Image Art Gallery
7908 Santa Monica Blvd.
West Hollywood, CA 90046
Andrew Telling presents ‘MADRE” a small film with the work of Wordtomother at the FAME Festival 2010
Dust the Furniture, Draw the Curtains
Beyond Stencilling with Boxi – Thanks to Martin at Nuart for showing us this.
Street Artist Boxi creates “The Curtain”, an incredibly realistic 6 layer hand cut stencil.
8mm MDF , 12v Dimmable SMD LED’s, 180 x 220cm, 2009 – 2011
APEX Rocking Jeans at White Walls Tonight
APEX does an entire gallery’s worth of his “super burners” all over denim.
More information about the show http://www.brooklynstreetart.com/theblog/?p=20819
Supakitch y Koralie in Mexico City
Filmaciones de la Ciudad presents these two Street Artists while they were in Mexico City recently.
“Over 6 days of intense work, the couple made a huge piece on wood, using different techniques such as spray, airbrush, paintbrush, marker, crayon,wallpaper and stencil, also painting their trademark characters who in this occasion, were influenced by Mexican culture, SupalCapone of Supakitch is a mexican revolutionary and Koralie´s Geishka is using a luchador mask. People where invited to enjoy this for free and meet the artists. In addition, the artists got to know part of the city and the lives of those who live in it.
M-City in Warsaw, Poland
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